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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 THE LffTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TO PROBE HYDRO RADIAL SITUATION Memorial Planned; "For' Civil Servants Who Lost Lives In the War KU.MO.XTOX Sept. project of erecting a bronze tablet in the Cap- Ilol building, iu memory of members of (lie Albprla civil service who fell iu the war, ..was laid be'forfe Ihe Canary. Iji'unch of Hie civil service' association ut its general week hy' President', T. .Aiken.i'who wbitt ilowo fi'oi'n'tMi'.ioutoii for.lhst pur" pose. .by the southern mkmber.-. of i( is expected thul.llie pltnis-'jwill iKifi definilo form In ilk- near future. Supcrunmiiition of civil Eervanfs was also discussed by'.MK Aikeri. wht) expressed hia hopes (nut a bill similar to that Ih Ontario would be introduced at tho session of the legislature; This was on tbc basin of from salaries of froib ohe-half to per with thtj Euvernment nisik-. iiitj uy an eqnnl miioBnt to be plated to Hie credit of n Superannuation fund. j A policy'for '-.llid higher efficiency of ilia government umployees brought before tbe meeting and the, executive tfiil short- president of situation in Ontario, left to right: w 4mos i r: .Mr. Juatice Sutherland, chairman; Tt mlsVcn' be Kussell Motor Car Co., representing the manufacturers; A. V. MaeCallum, citv cngin4r OUawa stddy modeled alone the lines of tbe -AingrlranMnislItute of Dsnkiug, iu or- tbo younger members iu Ihe may training in alj. regulations and statutes themselves' for'a better ailtnttvlstratiofiVof _ the public: affaire. REORT that li-yeif-ow" boy i'crtJvM'e'd' under animal tent while attendants were at dinner, went too clots to a cage And was by a lioness. Al- ly undertake to: arrange .sections. of though badly Bungled he will recover. Seal Brand Nothing else will do Kb otker can tompire with Set! BrattL Made only froiti ttie grmm beazu, which Jiavg slowly, absorbing goodness ft6m. the air, tlie sun iuw! tw-luiurioiis 4oH of tbe cool ftftoptcXJpUbdsi -'i perfectly. the. irid rare flavour sealed ilito the Tins. '-'-y ".'r la. '-It. Wh6k, groiod, AcJ Xl ill gtoctn. CHASE a SANBORN, ALBERTA PROVINCIAL SCHOOL AT RAYMOND OFFERS COURSES IN Agriculture and Domestic Science CONSISTING Of 'I AGRICULTURE DOMESTIC SCIENCE Agrfcrlbmy Animal Hu6b'arldr> Mechanics Veterinary Science Dairying Poultry Horticulture Economics, Science NO TUITION FEE Home English and Arithmetic Household' Martigertinl Sinltattah Dairying Poultry Physical Culture NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION extend over two winter sessions of five months each commencing Oct 29 and closing March 26 Open boys' and girls who have reached sixteen years of age. Cnlendar of studies and Application of AdmltUnce Formi obtainable from: O: S.LONGMAN, B.S. A., Principal School of Agriculture, Raymond HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Agriculture, Edmonton A, E. MEYER, LLB., t Supt. of AgrlciiHilfal'achosts'aa.d i BemofintfiHon Kdnionton HOUSE SEEKERS! SHOUSE AT YOUR OWN PRICE WADDINGTON WILL SELL BV PUBLIC-AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT.16TH A STOREY AND A HALF Dwelling House NOW STANDING ON LOT AT THE REAR OF TH6 CKIBF MOUNTAIN DAIRY CO.'S PREMISES ON 6TH AVE.V. SOUTH Tnls biiildlnf; la plastered throughoAtt, wired (or electric light- lilt, ;om rooms with ono room suitable for ami dnlraiR't- hall ua iroutil fliw; to.nfttUIrt vlieiu ifwre are U'o slzpil roohi9( M pUiterail. Tlie ho'uso is .iaokftd up ready foe moving an eicellfttit hlly Wf InyoflO ii.'iylng vp.canl lolR. A tiianco for you to of Hlost the Ayelfeheer properly on Thursday next 5! 2.30 o'clock.'.' TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770, 469. Movement on Foot for Munic- ipal Fair I GOMPERS URGES RELEASE POLITICAL PRISONERS WASHINGTON, 15._ A delcaation of labor officlais, head- ed by Samuel Gompers, ytsterday waited upon Alturney-Gcneral Palmer to urge the release of- "political prisoners." The delegation was told by the attorney-general, that the United States government would continue Its policy Of "considering the caM> Individually." DUCHESS MAY BE LABOR CANDIDATE FOR LONDON SEAT fKron) Our OWii Correaponflent) MAORATH, Sept. Sept Gib, the Women's Institute held their reg- ular annual Children's Blower and Vegetable Fair. This year It was held LONDON, Sept. 14- The Duchess In the town hall, the flowers and veg- of Marlboiongh, who is being sought etables nicely arranged in the by the. Labor party as candidate for largo room tip alalrs and the pantry Parliament for A London constituency, booth, bazaar and lunch occupied the room down stairs. Such s. fair is a Credit to any town and the Women's Institute wish to thank all those- who worked to hard and helped to make it such a good success. About J140 will paid in prizes. A good sum was taken ih fnr the sale of lunch, the pan- try Sooth (n'charge of Mrs. Jlhraion, Miss Hall; Mlaa Watson and Miss Henninger did well and was well eup- plied with, dainty pastry, cakes and candies. The bazaar booth was in oilarge of Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Bender- assured one otitlife organizers she was seriously coriiiUlerlng tho candidacy of Southwark. The Duchess' experience as member London County Council has sharpened her interest in Labor.: Thn financial condition of tho party is deplorable and it is hoped she comes to the rescue, PROFIT OF MACINTYRE PORCUPINE MINES TORONTO, Sept. annual .statement of thd Maclntyre Porcupine Ford Biotor Co. has established free to its employees an cdu- Wilson Walks Slowly But Without Help and Mrs. Oeo. Mirinlon. Every -Mines, was mailed yes- artfcle was Sold early In the day and 1 lerday to shareholiiere fhows a net a neat sum realized. profit for tho year ended June 30 tot- pellllon Is helng circulated hy! ailing an increase of tho Women's Institute ro a Municipal! CfQ, as compared with the previous Hospital. A numher of leading cit- year's earningc. izens haro already Signed and when sufficient numhers havo-been receiv- ed this petition will he forwarded'to Minister of Public Health and a catlonal dep.artmeiit to he known us ttan will be sent from Edmonton Technical Institute, with nni- Invesllgate the matter. A public! vorsily rank; which will grant de- meeting will no tlouht be held in the j electrical and people. Plans are also under way for the 1 erection of sorno play apparatus on the school grounds. On the Women's Institute held n tag day for this purpose. Swings, teeters and horizontal 'bars will be erected now and more added "in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A'. Hacking and family have returned from a motor trip to Utah and other points south. Miss Delbise Bennlon has gone to Utah to attend school, Mr. P. D. Clarke is erecting a neat little bangnlow oli Piret St. south. Mrs. E. Caldw'cll spSnt the week-end visiting in Magrath. Magrath Chautauqua will be held on October 6-7-8.. The manager was In town on Sunday and met with the local committee arid everything is now in running order. _ Tickets will soon be on sale and are-tho same price as last year, for season tickets, 'Mrs, J. A.'Mercer entertained the teachers of the nn'bllo school on Frl- day ovenlng last, tho affair heing a surprise to Mr. .1. A, Mercer, the Prin- cipal of the A pleasant even- ing was spent and: delicious refresh- ments served hy thd. bostsss. Tbe New Brunswick undertakers adopted a resolution against burial at eea. WASHINGTON, Sept. on his nane, but unassisted, President Wilson walked from the White House and stepped into his automobile, which for the first time, since his Illness, was waiting for him at the portico on the north front, the main entrance to the White House'. Hitherto the car has been driven around to the south, where ho could enter it unobserved, hut today the president left for the ride In full view of a small crowd. The improvement In the president's health was manifest. He walked out into the portico slowly, but without apparent difficulty, using his cane a support, but not leaning heavily upon it, alid required no nsaitance In stepping into the auto. Hitherto he has been assisted into bis car hy one of two attendants. ABLESIGIOME" Feels She Never Pay the Debt of Gratitude She Owes Tanlac. ARTHUR T. WALK Eft Canadian, who IB Hie lejtii too .of (ho estate'of thr late Mr, Walker honr'iil and, nrlor to tecoirillig -Mr. Scorlcs' InislneBs secretary, was H school tcac'lior about J12 a week. "I can never pay the debt of grati- tude 1 owe for tho wonderful good Tanlac1. has done said Mrs. F. ft. Roberts, Jubilee Station, Hnrnnhy, K.C., while telling recently, of her re- covery since taking the medicine. "I have certainly gonfl through my share of she continued, "for during the past four years 1 ivas in miserable health. My appetite was so poor that nothing appealed to me, not even the most templing dishes, and when I forced myself to eat a little something it d.ldn't taste good and would cause terrible in my stqin.ltli I bad-an awful humlng in and so IJad, it woiitd frlgnte'n me. was al- constipated ami had such fear- ful headaches they nearly drove me frantic. My nerves were so upset the fuslle of a-neWspaner startled me and there was hardly nhy slcoji tor mo nt night. My mo so bad I tould hnrrtly In lied, nnd many A time when monilng crime I was not Rblo to' get up nt'all. "Tanlac was certainly a Messing to me and I am now'.thankful that I be- gan taking It before it was too fate. I have taken only fpnr bottles, but It made such a change in my condition that I do'n't feel or act like the same woman and I am in better health than I have been in years. My digestion is BO fine that 1 can now ent anything J wnnt without sulTer- ing thn least bit afterwards. My hnvk never patna me at all, (lie lieadiirhcs (ire (tone nnd f'im ncj lunger cnnsti- pated. My nervn'B have caimed down fa Hint now I can sleep Bimnd every iilshl and II nd troulilo for me to ilo my hwmoworK.'-: (Jam will- Ins tot you to slnlonicnt in ihn paper, fur l-.ffpi (TcllKhtcd wllh Tnillrft! unit nm (ijoa'feil to ollicris riliout' it." TonlaV is nolifvln Leth'uriilun hy .Jcihn D. Higiribdrfiani ft Co.; in Coal- hurst by S-. StationcTv Sluic. am] in Wiirner by Mrs. Dti'- Mother The responsibJIijT for a daughter's future largely Kits with .the Ilia right influence aud the information whSehUof -vital interest to the daughter imparted at the proper tjmo Las not only saved tha life out lusured toe success of many a Iwautifu) girl When a girl's sluggish with head, aches, dizziness, or a disposition to sleep, jpains in back or lower limbs and a desire for solitude, toother should come to, her aid and remember tf Lvdla E. Pioiham's Vegetable zzr'.s iroia Ui'.lve roots and herbs, will at this time prepaid tbe i iiv in uurc jjor the United Stales ixjarngesuiouy to tfce Wonderful Virtues of this medicine, aaj what it bas done for their daughters. UrwkfjTi, H. cannot praiso Lyaia E. Pint, liars egftUbte Compoond enough for wjiat it bis doae for my daughter. BheTJis 15 years of ajj, very sickly and auij to stay tomo from icljool most ol tbe time. She suffered frurn liiciacho Mid dizrjaeis and w-isTrlthoat appetite. For J uyjinfu elie was unJer the doclor's care acd got BO always complaining aboat her Ldut and aciiin" 50 I did col tjcow frhal to do. I reaa In tha pajKis nbout jour wonderful madicinoa) I mide nil my uiiad io irv it. She liaa liken lire bottle ol Lydia E. Vegetable Compouud aud doesn't complaia anj Tilu Uer bwk and BiJe achiug. She liu gained ia weSglii and (cell mach Mtter. J recommend Lydii E. Piiiahim'a to all mo'ben and Sirs. 616 Hircj Aieaao, Do You Prevent Fires IN PRIZES This is the first card. A series of five others will follow, Every card contains an answer. Keep each one. The contest for these prizes will be conducted through the schools.. Ask your teacher to send for copies of our Printed Instructions. W. M. Seller, Deputy Fire Commissioner, DEPARTMENT, Edmonton THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT Will Demonstrate the Possibilities of Irrigation at ths AND PUREBRED STOCK EXHIBIT ror Premium List Apply to Sicretnry Coaldale Commercial Club And the tethbridge Rotary Club will furnish thu FUN AND FROLIC for the occasion in a Grand Dancing! Dancing! The MIDWAY Will Be Bigger and Busier Tll0n Ever Uno'ei- Auspices CoaWale Commercial Club and Let hbfldge'Rotary Clut In the Monster Pavilion on .both nights to THE BEST JAZZ MUSIC OBTAINABLE Monster Parade at 1 o'Clock on Opening Day Good Band in Attendance LUNCHES AND WILL Bb- SERVED; ON THE GROUNDS. COME ANQ-BRING YOUR FAMILIhS AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. SPECIAL "PROVISIONS FOR.THE', AMUSEMENT OF THE KIDDIES Admission 50c; Public and High School Students 25c. Boys and Girls Under 12 Free, God S.ivc the'KIng ;